Travel & RV Weather Forecast a.m. Saturday 25 December 2021 — Merry Christmas!

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  • Progressively colder weather systems in the Western U.S. will bring areas of rain, heavy mountain snow, and gusty winds. Snow levels and accumulating snows drop to sea-level in the Pacific Northwest.
  • High winds in the central and southern Rockies and Plains will impede travel Sunday.
  • Snowstorm for the eastern Northern Plains Sunday evening and Monday
  • Arctic air spills into the western Northern Plains starting Sunday. Temperatures below zero deg F and windchills as low as -25 deg F.
  • Eastern New York, southern and western New England will have freezing rain and some snow today.

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Here’s the long-range travel & RV weather outlook (updated Wednesday)

Here’s the abbreviated Christmas Day Summary:

— Lots of Snow continues in the west. Down to sea level along the northern CA, OR, WA Coast

— More snow in the northern and Central Rockies

— Another round of high winds Sunday for the Great Basin, Central and Southern Rockies and spreading out to the Plains.

— Snow storm (greater than 6 inches) for eastern ND and northern MN, north of I-94, Sunday afternoon through Monday.

— Wind Advisories in the Carolinas today. Gutst to 40 mph.

— Some freezing rain today for eastern NY and southern and western New England. Maybe 1/10th inch of ice.

— May you all have a safe, happy and joyful Holiday – thanks for using RVWeather!

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